Organizations Committed to Hazing Prevention
HazingPrevention.Org is a leading national organization dedicated to providing current information related to hazing and hazing prevention to individuals and organizations.
StopHazing.org provides accurate, up-to-date hazing information for students, parents, and educators and a list of hazing laws by state. It includes alternatives to hazing and informative articles on hazing in various contexts, including high schools, the military, athletic teams, and fraternities and sororities.
Inside Hazing: Understanding Hazardous Hazing
Inside Hazing provides practical information on all aspects of hazing as well as the theoretical perspective of Susan Lipkins, PhD, author of “Preventing Hazing: How Parents, Teachers, and Coaches Can Stop the Violence, Harassment, and Humiliation.”
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- Allan, E. J., Kerschner, D., & Payne, J. M. (2018). College student hazing experiences, attitudes, and perceptions: Implications for prevention. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 56(1), 32.48. doi: 10.1080/19496591.2018.1490303
- Campo, S., Poulos, G., & Sipple, J. W. (2005). Prevalence and profiling: Hazing among college students and points of intervention. American Journal of Health Behaviors, 20(2), 137-149.
- Janis, I. L. (1997). Groupthink. In R. P. Vecchio (Ed.), Leadership: Understanding the dynamics of power and influence in organizations. (pp. 163-176). Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press.
- McCreary, G. R. (2013). The impact of moral judgment and moral disengagement on hazing attitudes and bystander behavior in college males [Unpublished doctoral dissertation]. The University of Alabama.
- Mikell, T. C. (2014). Getting away with murder: Hazing, hegemonic masculinity, and victimization [Unpublished doctoral dissertation]. Winthrop University.
- Nuwer, H. (2004). The hazing reader. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.
- Sasso, P. A. (2013). An examination of alcohol expectations and social desirability in fraternity members on American college campuses [Unpublished doctoral dissertation]. Old Dominion University.
- Sweet, S. (1999). Understanding fraternity hazing: Insights from symbolic interactionist theory. Journal of College Student Development, 40(4), 355- 363.